Cold Rain & Snow, Little Red Rooster, Peggy-O, Queen Jane Approximately, A Little Light, Ramble On Rose, Picasso Moon, Bird Song Crazy Fingers-> Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Playin' in the Band-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Jam-> The Wheel-> I Need A Miracle-> Standing On the Moon-> Sugar Magnolia-> Touch Of Gray, E: The Mighty Quinn
Master Soundboard Cassette > CDR; CD Mastering by Scott Clugston; to abgd via Charlie Connor
March 11, 2007 Subject:
A few friends and I hiked to the top back woods behind the lawn to sneak in. when the show started my friends got excited and all at once ran to the fence and started climbing. Being beyond high I didn't go and turned out the only one who didn't get caught. I stayed there in the tree line outside the fence and danced the night away in the trees! great show but a long dark lonely walk out of the woods after the show..
March 10, 2007 Subject:
My first review in ten months.
1st Set: A jubilant crowd awaits their heroes. We wade through about two-three minutes of tuning before a sultry "Cold Rain" wash pours over us. Bobby's selfish enpowerment eliminates any opportunity to keep track of each song's minutes. Although there's a few odd chord and vocalizings, the version still inspires, keen backbeat. I'm diggin the murky AUD, partially because they're howlin' up a storm during "Rooster." Jerry's makin me a tad red from his penetrating solos. Thank goodness he's choosin 'gentle' for his next number, "Peggy." My hand would be holding my darling's with that and the "Queen Jane" that follows. Things take a slightly more oppressive turn with Brent's most affecting tune, "Just a Little Light." To chill out the brooding temperature, they offer the silly, insignificant
timepiece, "Ramble." The first "Picasso" just comes off ugly and Bobby's varyingly odd vocal stylings don't help. A lilting, floating "Bird" helps assauge the previous tune's assault. It never reaches elevated heights, but it's lovely enough. "We'll be back in a little bit."
2nd Set: Hurrah for tonal continuity. They set up what could have been an impressively swirling intro to "Crazy," but like many 'Deal's' Jerry reaches for the mic at least a four-beat too soon. We drift, we slide... Obviously, a "Playin" is next. Yea, there's enough hectic busyness to satiate even if, the joints are slightly creaky. Twisty turny's aplenty in the jam...is it Jerry attempting to wry them away into another hand-holder..."UJB?" It's good enough. that's it. A brief "Playin Jam" A gentle "Terrapin" follows... the pounding signals another excursion down MH & BK's odyssey, "Drums." ooooo...feel Jerry's trumpet skills, dig - if you will- Count Brent's organ. Of course tonight will get toasty with the humanizing "The Wheel." "Miracle" is provided for the rare hedonistic sloshing of the eve. Wow, if only they played 'TLEO,' this would have been the ideal show for lovers.... "Standing" is affectionately rendered. "Sugar" is a decent charger. Wait, a surprise... No 'Sunshine...' instead it's the #9 single sometime in 1987, "Touch."
They left us with the second Dylan tune of the night, a decent "Quinn"
October 12, 2006 Subject:
Standing on the moon
This has one of my favorite versions of Standing on the Moon on it.
November 17, 2005 Subject:
Fair sound overall, 1st Picasso Moon.
October 3, 2005 Subject:
Sounds a bit muffled as the first reviewer mentioned, but a little eq'ing solves that pretty quickly. Pretty typical more mellow west coast show than the Spring tour provided, but still very choice.
April 28, 2005 Subject:
Levels a little hot...
This is a great setlist, decently played show, but the sound gets distorted at times. Also, sounds like it's in a tunnel...the AUD sounds this way as well, so maybe Healy was having an off night.